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LAUitE NS, S. C. ("I'. 27, 1112U
It is the duty of patriotic citiens to
go to the polls next Tuesday and vote.
The general election is of no particu
lar interest in this state, as the nom
inees of the Democratic party on the
state ticket will be elected for a cer
tainty and the state will go overwhelm
ingly Democratic as usual, but voting
is a duty which we shoud not avoid.
Seud In Subseript ins
AIr. C. A. Power, chairman in charge
of subscriptions for the cotton corpo
ration, asks that all soliciting commit
tees send in their reports immediately
so that a county report may be sent
to Columba. t uanti Tuesday morn
ing the total amount reported as sub
scribed in the county was the equiv
alent of about S:5.000 in cotton, Lib
erty Bonds and cash
Although the League of Nations is
supposed to he the issue in the elec
tion next Tuesday, partisan politicians
have so distorted the facts of the cov
enant aiid brought other issues promi
nently to the front that a real senti
ment on the league will hardly be ex
pressed at the polls. Nevertheless the
fate of the league hangs in the balance
and its fate will be decided along with
the other issues. The financial strin
gency of the past few months is doubt
less having more effect on the cam
Claign than the league of nations and
the labor vote will not he a negligible
factor. Whatever may be the outcome
of the election, the Democrats may
co)fort thmcsluves in the thohght
that tlie have trird in c; ate :a :trong;
v.:!i l '." inst ''te devat:: ai(na of " li1 ht.
w-trs :-H"., the : il the'f l t t.:a b e
h flda (.h dao ofa mia.lul
Hfik-: Olulti' in Wa'1shlington
i.'.c et, l lilk:s I., Owini, right
hov.. to z-lrily thil ii dil agrehen
lion of f ,e rive :iroi .;i tice. spent a
few up n W hin~onhetweek try
in:, t(' fiy 1':( man:tlee of Flouth1 Caro.
l 1 .it' ir -" ' "On tin,, (allie W ati :. .11nt
('; in :h1' ('oniy} (1 :Ir asau t and hm ..'!
icy un:m then Ie, mi off W\V Ii er
1:.i (liton bt ,even year.-s alga. I
Col. Owings went. iip with extradition
papers sirned by (;iv. Cooper, but Cal
lie hired a coule of Washiington law
yers and succeeded in staying in his
adopted home for a while long er at
least. The proceedings necessitated
some dlelay, s'o the Laure'ns pcace oml
.eir t~ok the occasion to look over the
city tor a spell. Amioflg others wvhion1
lie visited lin his rounds was Elator
N. it. l)ial. or rather he ti edl to visit
him andl failed. The Renlator was then
in Newv York working in the interest
of the ctjtton farmers andl naturally
couald not be seen at such a distance.
Fironi what he could learn, he saidl, the
senator was making thinags fly aroundl
W'ashinlgtonl !'nd( if anything (enn lie
donii( to help1 te pr1( icof totton. Sena
tor' imal will do0 it. Theio dlepty. '.hleriiff
taid lie dlid ntie get toi see Proit ident
Wilson. bit riisked( hon 4ye 0n the
W it lrouisi and ihai is abot as far
WO~l-'N\ I) -.l(.\bllt'SGIN
.\d teri iser Htal-<ed to, Pil I .
The l411i t ) ~ iimer i t m a) '' n. it -
.n tia bihet l1' A-N v. beit I
iTimii ain(t toi work an t at hen ii i. .
.stilt are bt eforhie th l e nd olii f thi.~
not giv 1 n t his werk. but w.ill Ibe in
eliadid in thle list next w((k, after
whieh th' fundl will lie closed.
'n. lDal snt an iurgent reltiest foir
mor(4e I)emocxratie doellar s. 1(e said
that he is dlisappoinitedl at thle ('(nt'ri
he1ltions' fromi this (aiunlty and state.
I bis te'legr'ami follows:
niaste C (ox meeting Irere last night.
P'rospects brIghter. Kindly ask D~em
ceratsa toC get busy and ra ise more
fends. Am disappholited at Laiurens
coun ty aind State. Am nwriting barn
amett to ha ndle anothter 'On tibution
for nie. Please hurry.
N. 13. 'bial.
('onraibtut boats toi ilhute.
lre(v liusly repI4;orted ...........8 I .00
W,. b. Gr'ay ................... 1.00
Mrs. .M. D). Gray ................1.00
Miss Hfaftti Gray ...............1.00
Mitts Willoua (ray ..............1.00
J. F. tI~rton ............. , 1.00
0. C. Cox ..................... 1.00
Through W. I. MeCuen
'P. E. Cannon ..... ....... 1.00
G . F. Little ... ..... ... . ....... 1.00
.1 A. W oi'iord .................. 1.00
H1. ;. I\ell (y ................ 1.00
'1'hrough1 L. C. Jail'
II. It. ontin haml ............. 1.00
11. D. -:tellgried. II P iladelph ia .. 1.00
.\\. 'Tu rn r. Nor folk. .... 1.00
'Thirougi: \Woini's ('ommittee,
numes to be given later ..... 1.I.00
'T'otal to (late ............... $314.00
* LANFOID *
Lanford, Oct. 23.-Sunday was the
last appointment of Rev. J. T. .iller,
completing his four years' ministry.
Ie will go to Conference soon and be
changed elesewhere. HiS colgrega
tions were very much attached to himt
and regret to see him leave,
The Rural Improvement association
met Friday afternoon. About. 25 la
dies Were present. We had the pleas
ure of having Aliss Minnie Wallace,
the Laurens county organizer, and
Miss )aisy Hlarris-, home demonstra
tor. The subject discussed by Miss
lilariris. Mirs. Wallrep, .\rs. Fleming,
irs. Iliggins and Mi's. Cox was
"What is the )uty of American Wo
men as ('itizens?" Rerfesh~ ments eon
sisting of a salad course, cake and
iced igrape juice were served by the
commnittce, Aliss Nina Lewis, princi
Pal; Airs. W. B. Wright and Alrs. . .
The woman's inissionar'y union met
Sattiurday afternoon. A large number
were present and planned for a mis
sionary rally in November.
Miss Elizabeth Beebe, of Macon,
Ga.; Mid I,. N. Ferguson of West Point,
Ga.; Mlr. and Mir-. IIenry Ferguson, of
Spa'tanburig, and Al 's. Lou Ferguson
and little daughter, of Laurens, were
guests of .\r. and Mrs. .1. S. Iliggins
.lrs. I'thel Lan ford and Ruby Mel
and \rs. Wlatlter Odell and little
(laughter, Nell, silent 'Tuesday with
Air. and .lMrs. L2aurens Patterson.
M1r. It. W. Johnston and family of
Arcadia, sp nt Sunday with their I a
rents, Mr. and .lrs. 1. 1). Jolnson.
3!!t-:,cs Muth and Nann;i' .\1:. Lan
fourd and .\r. Iticrhard .\Iooe a ml lit
ti( ren. spie.t Sunday with .l r. and
\hr . G;..J. L~anford.
Al'. an( I .rs. ('larenc (; ai. -. at
tended ;'r-ies at WIt 'ior t' e' k Sun
-i" Ain f \r. ::d .\rs.
Vowt'er i a;(rn:.
Iter.i' It. W\. T o .o r vle
has been called to ihe 1- astolate of
Warrior ('reek; (11l1irh ftur next year.
.lis. .1. W. Johnson and little son.
Iiarvy .lichael, are In Ilendersonville
sin'din(itig soImie tile witi .\i l.. Prank
A committee froi I.au r( t; on the
('otton1 Ex port1 corporation earne uip
Thursday ni ht. Onl. a few citizens
were out to hear them. Ilad it been
known we would have had a crowd,
foi' we have heardl several who are in
terested andi somec have several bales
of cottoni to subscm'ibe to the c'orpoira
Airs. J. l. ('ooley hast returnedl home
after an extended visit to Washington,
Newv York, Knoxville' andl othier points
of lnter'est, r'epoi'ting a vei'y dlightIfuli
Aliss Pearl Itawliison. the Centrial
tea('her,. visi tedl .\liss J en nie Ilii rgeiss
Alr. Hurii-es- froem .\lannino a:' Joni
lih< weiek ''ld wvi t i- sister, .\lis,
x.Th oth . t
ta k n g v - i un ad it e lto tr st; s
p ioV(ii(. thr andiFo F Dupil 1(1 hi
s'hiool ti se5(ssion thant ('ver before
The teachler is for thlis te irn arie
Alitis laiga ret. Ileks, of W'arie Shoals,
pinfcipial; Miss Willie Ci i-ess of
Laurieins, interme'fl(diat(.; Al is's Owen
Wright, of Gireenville, and( Aliss l'ea.l
llenders'on, of Griay Conurt, primai'y
The facuity of I lckoiry Tav~ernr
school will (enter'tain the mothers; of
the school (listricet Fi'idaty aft ernoonf at
foimi o'clock ini the pr'incipal'9 roomi,
aind a full attendance is ur-gedl.
thisi is to be "Get Acqtalnted" mneel..
The State of South Carolina
County of -Laurens
in Court of Common Pleas
J. M. litts, Plaintiff
Graby, Watson and Bl Watson,
'1'ursuant to a Decree of The (onrt
iI the above stated case, I will sell at
public outcry to the highest bidder, at
110urens, C. 11., S. C., on Salesday in
November next, being Monday tile Ist
lay of the month, ditring the legal
hoiltrs for such sales, the follow in'g de
ncribed property, to wit:
All that lot, piece, or parcel of land
lying, being and situate in the town of
Clinton, in the (ounty of Lauretns, and
State of South Carolina, containing
four and one half ("1 1-2) acres more
or less, bounded on the North by lands
now or formerly of ,Ewell Dendy, on
the East by lands now or formerly of
B. M. Henry, on the South by lands
now or formerly of Joe Suber and on
the West by public road from Clinton
Terms of Sale: Purchaser to pay
roi papers and stameps. If the terms
of sale are not complied with, the land
to be re-sold on same or some stubse
tuent Salesday un siame terms, at risk
of former purchaser.
C. A. POWIh1t,
C. C. C. P. and G. S., Laurens, S. C.
Dated, this Oct. 9, 1920. 13-3t
When ('on Feel Out of Sorts and Sete
'T'hings With a D1ull Eye
LOOK TO YOUt 1100)
Pa1le ('omplexions, languid Feelings,
llowered VItality, Need More Red
Blood. itke 'epto-Miangnn.
So many people spend week after
week feeling lown and out. They
never stop to think that something
really is the matter. They satisfy
theimselves by saying, 'Oh. I'm not
sick. I'll be all right tomorrow."
And tomorrow comes again and
:gain. Stil they feel depressed and
langu id, scarcely able to get around.
If you don't feel like yoursef, you
re not yourself. If you are weak and
Dale, your bood needs strengthening.
You should know about Pepto--Man
lan, that famous blood tonic. Physi
ians recommend it and prescribe it
because it contains just the ingredi
Lints needed to iake .red blood. It
renews your energy, puts you where
rot ough t to be. llegin with it today.
('t the tablets if they will be more
'onieiu'nt 'o take than t'i ! liilltid.
Both have '-l same iiel'eiinal proper
c(s. ltIt lie sare you get the genuine
lopto-.\langant. Ask fo. " ude's" and
be sure that the ruii naiie, (:i'e.
I'ito-0.ul'i m ,1i.'' is on theiC le:cha'.
It il D 31 l I . .11 'l1 (t' STA'' i:11-": NT
"I have sufered for fou r year
frit)iO rhiidiiiitalisnta and Conistipation.
Not long ago I saw an ad. in the pa
"el r wilh a iree coti 'oin attached. I
.lpe;cd it out and got a free bottle of
ilE-(T-.\A. I took it according to di
'ti.n and about the foirith I day my
1,wnicll.!isml left me. I had also sur
.. d aron constipation which was re
,v'. I have only taken o (e bottle,
I never felt better in my life than
For years I have taken different
.; of medicine, but 1 can honestly
that IU'tTCO-M A has done mie more
hood than anything I have ever taken.
'I think itl-CI'--.\iA sliould he ree
ittmm1ended to every sufferer from
rheumatism for I know it is what they
teed to mlake then well. I want this
It te published so others will know
'at It N-CI'- .\A has done for me, and
hat. it will do for the ... I never ex
't to lbe without IbE-CUJ-MA again.
Signed) J1. S. Justice,
Dutrh am, N. C."
Tlit-CU-MA is sod on a tour days'
--antee 'by Powe IDrug Co. andI all
toodl (rug stor'es at $1.20 andl tax.
I'sedl ('airs ('hueap.-aWe have a few
used carts ont hand whlich we will sell
heapa. F'ords, O)ver'lands, anid I .lax
nelvs. lFromt two to eight hundriled
.\Iiiin Strieet. 152- 1 -pu
Wtonsl, l or Stale. \\'e have a ''at'
load( ofi waigonsi andti a half cr of hug
eies wichaw arV now olTerinig tot
a Vpice. TI. 11. Sumerrel, Fi-t .li
t r I . l lt--pd
~! lN, ~ .tY.\17i f: l'h'\ Itl l'.\SS.S
d 1.(41 S edneda il) Aate t eron lie
im ; yl'rely (oiltnredb e. A.nea
.Me(' wat, I . (Mopad, whtto
tt', tai .141 : 1.' aitith 'e h oeof'
Sw'ge:'t ~ \r . l.n Ni. ich .rIo
Ii ghi., I i r -tI)nhet'Outom, 1.th,
'l~toats tt111(h.oln .n Ilin hlt
nu t' Shpa 'd th'a accids (ntl biurn
Irnf Co. N.Cher husand.hain
bIou itThut'o rs agto. onha t'e
hil ng I'Citydnetedtb lier. (A.gher
a ri.h ohr ' Im n-af the ir i.\et'ydiat
lu .iih. for actite'al ofbearrs atere
bad wo anyted.1s liiho(epy t.'A.
gretvhe. dea. 101(1n o, d.lauh
teran. brteriW.a hoeren, Itt s
trwniad by0 a . iStth'. Thde, hor
l'eBion Ch.,N.tC., her hubn. hvn
Cleanses the 'System, Purifies th
Blood, Stimulates the Stomach ani
'ones Duavn the Temper.
Laver hear them say: "Poor fellov
h--1s.liver is out of shape?" Mayb
they say it of you when you feel blut
mean, despondent; and maybe they'r
A stomach out of order, a sluggis
Siver and11( a nagging Indigest Ion or dlys
ppsia surely will affect your equilib
,rium. It is a reason rather than a
excuse for "flying off the handle."
Watch your feelings. When the ear
ly morning finds you mean and cross
think of your liver, kidneys and stom
achm. They need ceansing. Your di
gestion needs assistance. I
Stop your rash eating, regulat
your habits and help your stomac
and liver along with SarDraS, -an A-.
Liver, Kidney, Stomach and Bloo
Tonic. 'Contains no alcohol.
It is a scientific 'preparation of med
einal roots and herbs esi:)ecially pre
pared to invigorate the liver and kid
neys, cleanse the blood and digestiv
system and help the stomach in per
forming Its duty. A tablespoonfu
ftefore each meal will (1o the worl
Common laxatives only leave you Ii
worse condition than before. Sar
DlraS clcansca the stomach, liver an
kidneys and nature does the rest. Al
ealers and jobbers.
guaranteed to re
Made with the celebrnt
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cmi Water. Write for /
Order a case today
from your grocer.
The low pri
have brought t
we are thankfi
prices even 1
make it worth1
Visit us bef
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r M CHILDREN i
'STOMACH and 8OWELS
A NT.rcRcr I
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BEST AGE d
A man is as old as his organs; he
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70 as at 35 if he aids his organs in t
performing their functions. Keep ,
your vital organs healthy with
The world's standard remedy for kidney,
liver, bladder and uric acid troubles
since 1696; corrects disorders; stimulates
ices which we plac4
is tremendous busi
Last week of 'the s
swer on many ar
while to buy now,
are the sale closes.
You Do More Work,
lou are more ambitious and you get more
mjoyment out of everything when your
flood is in good condition. Impurities in
he blood have a very depressing effect on '
ho system, causing weakness, laziness,
iervousness and sickness.
3ROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC
estores Energy and Vitality by Purifying
mad Enriching the Blood. When you feel.
ts strengthening, invigorating effect, see
tow it brings color to the cheeks and how
t improves the appetite, you will then
ippreciate its true tonic value.
JROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC'
s not a patent medicine, it is simply
RON and QUININE suspended in Syrup.
lo pleasant even children like it. The
flood needs Quinine to Purify it and IRON
o Enrich it. These reliable tonic prop
rtles never fail to drive out impurities In
;ho Strength-Creating jower of GROVE'S
PAS'I'ELESS Chill TONIC has made it
he'favorite tonic in thoueanis of homes.
dore. than thirty-five years ago, folks
would ride a long distance to get GROVE'S
'ASTELESS Chill TONIC when a
nember of their family had Malaria or
toeded a body-building, strength-giving
once.e The formula is just the same to
. and you can get it from any drug
ore. (th:*per bottle.
Notice of Final Setlemenrt.
Take notlee that on October ;0th,
!120. at ten o'clock a. mn. the undr
igned will make an accounting of
teir actings and doings as admiist ra
at's of the estate of Rufus T. Dunlap,
eceased, before O. G. Thompson
udge of Probate for the 'County of
,aurens in said State at hire office at
"aurens, South Carolina, arnd at. said
ime and place will apply to said
udge for a flnal discharge.. All per
ons indebted to said estate are re
uired to make payment to the untder
igned and all persons holding claims
gainst said estate are notilled to pre
ent the same to the undersigned duly
roven or they will be forever barred.
Virs. Annie H. Dunlap
Richard S. Dunlap,
Sept. 27th, 1920.
don our stock
ness, for which
ale we will cut
titles and will